JCB’s smallest telescopic handler – a diminutive machine that can be transported between working locations on a modest road trailer– will make its Scottish debut on the Scot JCB stand at this year’s Royal Highland Show, June 22-25.
Measuring just 1.56m wide and only 1.8m high, the JCB Loadall 514-40 is capable of lifting 1,450kg and will take 1,300kg to a lift height of 4.0m, and pick up more than half a tonne (525kg) at full forward reach.
Combined with four-wheel steer manoeuvrability and the all-round visibility operators enjoy from the largest cab in this class, those performance figures make the 514-40 a highly capable materials handling and loading machine that can access the most confined working spaces and be quickly taken to remote work sites by a 3.5t towing capacity pick-up or SUV.
Scot Agri will showcase the newcomer alongside its bigger and more powerful Loadall telehandler siblings, the 532-60 and 542-70; JCB TM420S and TM320S telescopic wheeled loaders; the Teletruk telescopic forklift and 403 ultra-compact wheeled loader; a JCB engine-powered diesel generator; and a Fastrac 4220 iCON, the latest version of this high-speed, highly manoeuvrable four-wheel steer agricultural tractor.
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